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President Rumen Radev: Biggest threat to future are uneducated young people

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The biggest threat to the future is having a big number of ignorant, uneducated young people, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said at the opening of a national forum, entitled "Libraries Today." According to Radev, the mission of libraries today is related to digitization and to attracting young people towards reading more. Libraries are centers that should be used more actively to fight fake news, the president added.

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